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happens and i watch how america responds with manpower, meals and medicine, i'm prouder. when the earthquake struck, america went to haiti. as for our critics that i shall can -- critics, they can o to hell. oh, and, welcome to our show. [ applause ] tonight, in a cable exclusive, the heroes of u.s. air flight 1549. captain sully and his copilot skiles reflect on the one-year anniversary on the miracle on the hudson. one of the most beloved tv personalities bob barker shares his memories of his legendary career. we'll be joined by a man of many talents. fox news ain care sley earnh ne will be here to share his life. he'll perform with the little rockers. [ applause ] if you would like to help the victim of the earthquake in haiti, the u.s. department of state says text 90999 and that will donate $10. go directly to the website at redcross.org and give much more than $10. i hope you will. right now, we'll go to fox news' own bill helper w hemmer in laity wt haiti with the late. >> reporter: governor, hello from port-au-prince. we're standing in front of a soccer field and behi
, i'm even prouder. when the earthquake struck america went to haiti. as for our critics, they can go to hell. oh, and welcome to our show.: (applause). tonight, in a cable exclusive that heroes of u.s. air flight 1549, captain sully and co-pilot jeff skyles reflect on the one year anniversary of the miracle on the hudson and one of america's beloved tv personalities, bob barker shares memories of his legendary career and we are going to be joined by a man of many talents. fox news anchor kelly wright, he's here to share his inspire life story and he'll be performing with the little rockers. you'll wonder if he's wasting his time on the news desk, he ought to be on the road with us. if you'd like to help the victims. earthquake in haiti. the u.s. department of state suggests texting 90999, donates $10 to help with red cross relief efforts and go directly to the website at red cross.org and give much more than $10 and i hope you will. right now we'll go to fox news's own bill hemmer in haiti with the latest of what's happening, bill. >> good morning, we found the park today in the midd
political parties facilitate that folly. in the america that i grew up in we didn't have too big to fail, we had the creative destruction of capitalism. we didn't keep weak companies, artificially alive. we let them go so that more dynamic companies with smarter business models and better goods and services could take their place, giving all of us a higher standard of living. we let the market and the consumer decide. we didn't force people to buy he understan understan understands-- edsels, if we had to we could live without chrysler and general motors, in the era i lived in, you got a mortgage because were you qualified not because you had a pulse. i wonder how america looks to our young people out of college or graduate school and many are forced to take jobs that don't require a college degree let alone a law degree or mba and many of them are up to their eyeballs with private debt while the government saddles them with public debt that will burd den them. we sacrificed for the next generation not stolen from them. instead of generational theft we need generational thrift. some young peo
and this health care bill done behind closed doors and misrepresenting health care in america and as a physician for 40 years of course i was interested in that and when we saw the debt that was being piled on our children and our grandchildren, i decided that my district, which is all about missile defense, manned space flight which this administration has had nothing to do with and is not supporting, i felt like it was time for me to say, enough is enough and the republicans, every time i looked around for help for missile defense or manned space flight, there was a republican there. and i said, well, maybe i need to be with the people that are helping me and my constituents and so that's what made me switch. >> mike: i'm sure it wasn't the most popular decision you ever made with all the democratic leaders and we're going to talk about that when we come back, i'm anxious to find out. what did nancy pelosi say to you when she heard the news and that's what we're going to check out. coming up more with congressman parker griffith and later, song writing master mind neil is a-- sedaka has done i
bill. done behind closed doors. misrepresenting the healthcare of america. as a physician for 40 years of course i was interested in that that. when we saw the debt pimed on our children and grandchildren, i felt like it was time to more to say enough is enough. and the republicans, every time i looked around for help for missile defense or manned space flight, there was a republican there. well, maybe i need to be with people helping me and my constituents. that's what made me switch. >> i'm sure it wasn't the most popular decisions you made with the democratic leaders. we'll talk about that when we come back. i'm anxious to find out what did nancy pelosi say to you when she heard the news? that is what we'll check out. coming up more with congressman griffith. later songwriter mastermind neil sedaka. he has done it again. you find out later. ♪ love hurts ♪ love scars ♪ love wounds [ male announcer ] before you ever love it, the nissan altima goes through over 5,000 tests. no wonder it's ranked highest in initial quality by j.d. power and associates. it's quality you can love. l
profits and socializing debts. i watched both political parties facilitate this folly. in the america i grew up in, we didn't have two big too fail. we had creative destruction of capitalism. we didn't keep weak companies artificially alive we let them go so more dynamic companies could take their place. giving all of us a higher standard of living letting the market and consumers decide. didn't force people to drink new coke they didn't want. we live today without pack yard and hudson and american motors and if we had to, we can live without chrysler and general motors. in the america i grew up, you've got a mortgage because you're qualified not because you had a pulse. i worry about how america looks to young people just out of college, many forced to take jobs that don't require a college degree let alone a law degree or mba. many of them up to their eye balls in private debt watching their government saddling them with public debt that is going burden them for their lives. we've sacrificed for next generation not stolen from them. instead of generational theft we need generational t
've watched both political parties facilitate this folly. in the america that i grew up in, we didn't have too big to fail. we had the creative destruction of capitalism. we didn't keep weak companies artificially alive, we let them go. so that more dynamic companies with smarter business models and better goods and services could take their place. giving all of us a higher standard of living. we let the market and the consumer decide. we didn't force people to buy or force them to drink new coke they didn't want. we live today without pa packard, studebaker and if we had to, we could live without chrysler and general motors. in the america i grew up in, you got a mortgage because you were qualified, not because you had a pulse. i worry about how america looks to the young people just out of college or graduate school, many of them are forced to take jobs that don't require a college degree, let alone a law degree or mba. many of them are up to their eyeballs in private debt as they watch the government saddle them with public debt that will burden them for the rest of their lives. we have alw
of america's sunday night. his colleagues called him a human dynamo and a showman. he knew how to tell a story and knew how to hold viewer's interest. don hewitt created news. >> ed, ed, promo. they sent him to death row and knew it. did the cops and prosecutors now may find themselves behind bars. >> 60 minutes sunday, perfect, perfect. >> you mean they'd send him to death row and they knew he didn't do it. >> the cops and prosecutors that put him there may put him behind bars. go back, just go-- >> to the end of the interview, forget that, put what we just did on top of this one and keep going. >> stop. >> i think it's better earlier. >> give me the line they demanded justice. >> prosecutors to bring someone. >> absolutely. >> yeah, that's someone is what he's saying. >> someone, his lawyers say-- >> perfect, couldn't be better. >> he didn't always agree with the journalists on his show, in fact, some of his biggest disagreements with the show's biggest star mike wallacements when we go away to all of that fighting, i'm lost. >> this is the story that i see every night in the news. >
the game. >> he had a knack for finding the story and knowing what america wanted to hear. how do you think he came by that? what was so unique about don thattt's insnctor mike: he had a knack for finding the story and knowing ii inat america blwanted to hear. hat was so unique about don hewitt's instinct for people? s him that's seemingly what he had, an incredible instinct. we we g's really, that gets at it. for the because so many of us around hi for more intellectual, really, you know, we were going for the journalism, we'd been schooled, we studied it, we wanted to kno the factst and so fort clear, yo story well. and we would say, as mike was screaming with him, but what about the facts, man? he was saying you could have the facts, but tell it interestingly. >> and he himself would say, i can't explain what i do. it's all at the tip of my fingers and andy rooney called him an idiot sevant. >> to his face? >> yeah, he would laugh and say it's true. >> wow. >> he was very intelligent and he was a long time journalist so he had the instinct being able to do what a good news story was. he
. 2010 could be a turning point here in america. a year in which we flush out the old congress and bring in some fresh faces and ideas. if we keep the same bunch there, we're probably going to get the same results. we need different results. we all agree to that. we have to have new people to get it. what i say? throw the bums out. maybe that's the answer. that is my view but i welcome yours. e-mail me at mikehuckabee.com and click on the fox news feedback section. i hope to get your ideas on what you think we can do to get our country turned around. mikehuckabee.com. e-mail me at the fox news feedback section with your ideas. miff friend actor chuck norris has often been a guest on our show. in his latest appearance he joined me in studio to tuke about book, the book about the internet phenomena, the chuck norris facts. he was here on the same weekend that the democrat healthcare bill passed in the house. it asked him to demonstrate just how he feels about the bill. >> i was just talking about the healthcare bill. you are not a big fan of it at all. >> i'm not a fan at all. >> i wish yo
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